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HALIFAX, N.S. - The Truckers Association of Nova Scotia (TANS) continued its long history in support of local charities at its 42nd annual general meeting and convention. Fundraising efforts from TANS...


GIVING BACK: The Truckers Association of Nova Scotia (TANS) continued its tradition of giving back to charities. Here, vice-chair Gerry Van Dyk, presented the Halifax IWK Hospital with a cheque for $3,852.
GIVING BACK: The Truckers Association of Nova Scotia (TANS) continued its tradition of giving back to charities. Here, vice-chair Gerry Van Dyk, presented the Halifax IWK Hospital with a cheque for $3,852.

HALIFAX, N.S. –The Truckers Association of Nova Scotia (TANS) continued its long history in support of local charities at its 42nd annual general meeting and convention. Fundraising efforts from TANS members, Associate Trades members, and association contacts and friends resulted in more than $7,700 being raised for two charities: Halifax IWK Hospital and Early Intervention Nova Scotia.

Methods of fundraising included 50/50 ticket sales, a live charity auction and other donations. Gerry van Dyk, vice-chair of TANS, presented the cheque to the Halifax IWK Hospital at the June IWK Telethon in Halifax. Wayne Onda, TANS executive director, made a cheque presentation to Early Intervention Nova Scotia.


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